Crews will continue to monitor the surf and the roads, including the impact of the next high tide at about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Six people have been killed and three injured in what police describe as a series of random shootings around the Kalamazoo, Michigan area.
HELCO says the half-hour power outages were implemented around the island to maintain system stability.
Honolulu police and CrimeStoppers are looking for a man who has more than three dozen prior convictions, and is now wanted again.
Officials partnered with school groups and the non-profit 808 Cleanups, to tackle the problem on the North Shore.
She was treated for her injuries and transported to a trauma center in serious condition.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says he is ending his bid for the White House.
This boat was adrift for more than four years before finally coming ashore at Alan Davis Beach.
He asked a federal appeals court to shorten the sentence he received for possessing child pornography and paying for sex with underage girls…
The free service is for Hawaii taxpayers with low to moderate incomes, with special attention to people 60 and older.
“The imagery is heartbreaking,” a spokeswoman said. “You’re looking down and expecting to see a village and instead you’re seeing a field of…
The effort is expected to continue into October.
She’s hoping her story — and regret — will help others become more accepting of transgenders, and perhaps save a life.
Gregory Joseph II of Kailua and Luke Potter of Waimea, Hawaii Island, will intern in the spring.
The intersection of Kalaeloa Boulevard and Farrington Highway during rush hour traffic is a constant headache for drivers getting through Ka…
The Hawaii Government Employees Association (HGEA) confirmed his passing Friday.
It broke out just before 7 p.m. near Ahua Street.
The owner faced more than $140,000 in fines and the city placed a lien on the property.
The dispute is a strikingly personal fight in an industry with a long history of strife between artists and those who work with them.
Even rail officials, like deputy executive director Brennon Morioka, will tell you: “That the guideway itself is a little bit off.”